Category Archives: Travel

A Day in Talofofo, Part Two — Lunch at Onward Golf Resort

After our adventures in the Valley of the Latte Adventure Park on Friday morning, June 29th, we were hungry. But where do we go to eat? Most of the restaurants on Guam are concentrated in the tourist areas of Tumon … Continue reading

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A Day in Talofofo, Part One — Valley of the Latte

Friday, June 29th, was our daughter’s last day in Guam and we decided to make the most of it by spending most of the day in Talofofo on the other side of Guam. We got up early that morning and … Continue reading

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MM 220: Circles Theme

Leanne Cole always has a specific theme for the first Monochrome Madness Challenge in any month and the theme this week is Circles. I guess I cheated a tad this week because my picture has only one circle. It’s anther … Continue reading

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Return to Cocos Island

Three years ago we visited Cocos Island off the southwest coast of Guam with our older daughter and her family. We returned to the mile-long island this year with our younger daughter and her family.

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Our Latest Visit to Two Lovers Point

Most visitors to Guam stay at one of dozens of hotels along Tumon Bay on the northwest coast of Guam. And just north of Tumon Bay is Guam’s most popular tourist attraction, Two Lovers Point. We took our older daughter … Continue reading

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MM 219: The Two Lovers

Two Lovers Point is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Guam and we have gone there evey time I have visited Guam. My entry for this week’s Monochrome Madness Challenge is this photo of the 22-foot brass statue … Continue reading

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The New Guam Museum, Part Two

In yesterday’s posting we saw what the new Guam Museum looks like from the outside. Today let’s go inside and see what the museum has to offer for visitors and students and anyone else who would like to learn more … Continue reading

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